Latest Regulations of Entering Iran

According to the latest regulations of entering Iran set by the Ministry of Health, Treatment and Medical Education of the Islamic Republic of Iran on 22 May 2022, passengers may enter Iran through air, land and sea borders presenting a certificate of injection of 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccine OR A negative PCR test. It means that, presenting one of the documents (vaccination certificate or negative PCR test) is enough for entering Iran.


Vaccinated travelers to Iran

Based on the latest regulations announced by Iran’s ministry of health, treatment and medical education, fully vaccinated passengers are not required to submit a PCR test in advance of arrival, once proof can be submitted that it has been 14 days since the second dose of a two shot vaccine (or the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine). 


Unvaccinated travelers to Iran

Based on the latest regulations of entering Iran, unvaccinated passengers over the age of 12 are still required to submit a negative PCR test (in English with a QR code) taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Iran.


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